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Книга artwork in Its Time paintings in Its Time Книги Искусство. Живопись Автор: Paul Mattick Год издания: 2003 Формат: pdf Издат.:Routledge Страниц: 192 Размер: 3,2 ISBN: 0415239214 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:This e-book explores paintings as quintessential to the typical lifetime of smooth society, delivering fabrics to symbolize category and clash, to discover intercourse and sexuality, and to consider smooth and financial relationships.
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121–9. 35 “C’est le génie d’un seul qui fait éclore les arts; c’est le goût général qui perfectionne les artistes” (Diderot, Salon de 1763, DPV, vol. 13, p. 340). The meaning of the term le peuple, bearers of le goût général, used two sentences later is soon clariﬁed. Why were there among the ancients such great musicians? ” 36 “N’oubliez pas parmi les obstacles à la perfection et à la durée des beaux-arts, je ne dis pas la richesse d’un peuple, mais ce luxe qui dégrade les grands talents, en les assujettissant à de petits ouvrages, et les grands sujets en les réduisant à la bambochade” (Diderot, Salon de 1767, DPV, vol.
27 Pocock, Virtue, Commerce, and History, p. 147. On the eighteenth-century problematic of political virtue, see also idem, The Machiavellian Moment, Chapter 14. 30 A RT A N D M O N E Y ﬁnanced not only by taxation but by newly developing instruments of credit, and so toward the world of high ﬁnance, rooted in commerce, civic virtue was doomed to decline. With this we touch on a central theme in the eighteenth-century discourse of progress and corruption, one that embodied in a different but related way the conﬂict between “liberal” activity and mercenary motivation visible in the discussion of the arts: the opposition of agriculture and commerce.
165). 31 “L’impéritie des généraux, leur peu de discipline sont une suite du luxe. Le luxe favorise l’indolence, on s’occupe de tous les arts qui ﬂattent la délicatesse sensuelle: on se fait une étude capitale de ces misères, & l’on ignore la théorie des combats. On fait des revues brillantes, pour donner un spectacle à des dames. On veut qu’un soldat soit tourné & aligné comme un danseur” ([Sébastien Mercier], Tableau de Paris, nouvelle édition (Amsterdam, 1782), vol. 2, pp. 11–15). ” In fact, he observes, the ancients’ exclusion of “the fair sex” from “the polite world” may be the reason why they “have not left us one piece of pleasantry that is excellent .